Skip to comments.British spy chief apologises for LGBT staff ban
Posted on 02/20/2021 6:05:26 PM PST by Ennis85
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Uhm, weren’t most of the UK’s spies during the Cold War homosexual?
Awful for the gays and lesbians that suffered, but it seems like sexual orientation would have been a legitimate concern of the background checkers considering the public attitudes of the day toward homosexuality and the related blackmail possibilities.
It still is.
No it was not “awful”
It was a real,security risk
And its perversion, not a character asset
Most of the ones who betrayed their country were: Guy Burgess, Donald MacLean, and Anthony Blunt, just to name the few who were discovered.
Despite the “public attitudes”, homosexuality is still a mental disorder, no matter what fallacious propaganda is pushed on us - and no, they can’t be trusted.
Moore apologizes that the Cambridge Five had to recruit in the closet.
Quiz for the day—what is British slang for Transgenders....?
I don't watch FOX anymore, but I do watch occasional segments that someone happens to upload to youtube, and I watched Judge Jeannine's opening statement tonight, where she blasted Biden for essentially killing girls sports, by allowing biological boys who "identify as girls", to compete with girls, in girls sports.
If you want to see her opening remarks tonight, click here: "Justice With Judge Jeanine 2/20/21 (Opening Remarks)"
The irony of prior homo problems with Brit spies was my first thought on reading the headline.
LOL....Yet the Democrats have still not apologized for slavery in the USA, the Civil War they started and standing against Civil Right’s.
Archie Bunker was right about England.
Sounds like the head is trolling for some gay “friendship”.
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I heard long ago that the issue with Turing wasn’t that he was a homosexual but rather he kept getting busted picking up teen boys. Eventually the cops stopped looking the other way.
>> It was a real security risk
As a matter of coercion, certainly. No apologies should have been made for realistic measures enforced decades ago.
And its still morally wrong today
whether it feels right or not
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